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the city. this would help them reduce their isolation and help them to find the resources they need to stay i healthy. i want to speak about a increase in funding for the abuse programs. they have run a residential safe house for women trying to get out of prostitution. we're concerned about the substance abuse treatments for those woman's. to reduce those programs of mental health and substance abuse promise is not humane. i would underscore our certain type o pmc is not including the type of health needs. we're concerned about the elimination of the psych mental health in the hospital >> we have 5 more speakers so if your name was called. it's a little bit more confusing there's a lot of seniors that are not in the room by it's important to know that $9 million was fund for 19 labs all over the city for seniors and persons with a disability and that resources has been given to the city of san francisco and now it's up to the city of san francisco to maintain the commuters and if the commuter fwlaeksz the senior center there will be no fund to correct this. just envision user without any
necessary. and one way that in the eastern neighborhoods is parts of the city that 20 or 30 years ago were very different and where they are make-up, and it has completely changed the face of those areas and the city. these areas have the highest parking we have ever measured, it is incredibly difficult to find a parking space and so to address those current issues as well as the ones that we see coming, and a lot that have is focused here. and i am working and in these areas. and so if we do not. we are concerned, not just by the transportation issues but the absence of parking management if left, it could hold back, and to pull up to those areas. and so, these in many ways are just following through the implementing what was called for, the issue of this process over the last decade. for those process, further parking management proposals, and we want to touch on the process, and obviously cause a lot of concern, and so those initial parking proposals were developed in 2011, on the basis of pretty significant data collection sxout reach. but as we move to the approval process in may of 2
's money that we are spending for care on city workers who get to go to c pmc. we thank our supervisor and if the mayor and staff and public health could please speak to that >> we have two doctors that made it to the overflow room but one-hundred million dollars is a lot of money when that patient it being dumped in the community if the mayor could speak to that. >> thank you very much. >> next speaker. >> i want to speak up for one of the doctors. >> hi good afternoon. it's a privilege to be able to stand here before you i work with the program that addresses the specific needs of the every growing population in the latino population in the tenderloin. and keith williams. it's a great program that just starred started in november. all the schools in the interpreted lion are bused out everyday. they have high school students that live next door they don't know. so the program is very wonderful, however, you know, we're a very understaffed it's a program of one me. it's different when you have a bunch of great youth who want to do everything to fund-raise and leadership developmen
and the order has expired that some how the city there was a delay in filing >> - sir, sorry about that sir. >> i live in an apartment 2. >> speak to the microphone. >> i'm a little guy. i've been living in this apartment since 2009 and i have misery over windows with led paint. i'm handicapped and bed rest and the whole building is hiv victim and another person who's sick n in this building. this guy hadn't followed up the plans of repairing the window. i have a woman crying on my shoulder it's horrible help you need help he's not responding. he's blowing a bunch of smoke here telling you poem - we've got windows falling out. we've got a two stroke victim. it's horrible and he's been noticed from mr. mac and he says oh, i'm ordering windows he keeps playing games and taking advantage of the situation. it's not just my windows it's the whole building. i'm going to show you what he's done. he took a coat of paint on those windows and he's done. he brought up a worker of his. this is what he has gave me and i'm still suffering. and i don't agree to no thirty days. he's been so much paperw
do for adopted area plans. and i think it's worth noting adopted area plans cover much of the city where we expect a lot of the growth that sarah has talked about would occur by 20 40 ~. so, having said that, though, i did want to highlight a couple of implications that if the city chose to perform c-e-q-a review under sb 375, there could be some potential benefits that could be gained and those are the standard of review would be different for a negative declaration. right now the standard of review is [speaker not understood] under sb 375 or under this plan it will be the substantial evident standard which defers to the lead agencies and expertise. if we do end up performing an e-i-r, for instance, one of the benefits would be that we would not have to look at off-site alternatives in our e-i-r analysis. it is relatively rare for us to do that in the city, but we do have projects for which we do that and in the future if we opt to proceed c-e-q-a calls under 375, we may not have to do that. similarly, and i think this is probably the most important one, is when we do an e-i-r for
're distancing ourselves from that so we don't have a problem. >> before i became a consul ant i was with city of san jose antigraffiti for 10 year. we ended up with over 3,400 graffiti volunteers. that's a big number. and the number of -- first of all, we did a good job training them and we made sure that if there were -- that they knew if there was anything out there, somebody watching them or a gang area, a gang tag, we didn't want them dealing with that. they he should call it into our staff and we'll take care of it for them. we had absolutely zero in 10 years issues with liability, none, not one. not only that's correct but we put every volunteer on our city's workers' compensation program, every single one. so, if there was a problem they were covered under the city's workers' comp program. and we had zero claims. and then we also inherited an antilitter program. we had over 14,000 antilitter volunteers. they weren't using the chemicals or anything like that, but we had same thing, no problems, no complaints, no liability issues at all. and we only gave solvent to adults. we didn't give
's time as i kind of devoted into eir position into the city. where we're going to continue and expect to see that development which i actually support i really hope we as a city consider what anna rofblt analysis looks like. i have severe concerns about how we as a city study the impacts and it's not clear to one point our tipping point is which an idea is significant and when it's not. we as policymakers find it confusing and not able to get concrete numbers we saw this with the at at the light boxes that the response is highly subjective and that it's a judgment call. so why i worry about it because we're planning real neighborhood where real people live i get to experience that on a daily basis but as a representative that has to have the e-mails and what are we doing to mitigate this dense neighborhood. i think the movement we're taking as a city we do patio need to grow as a city but i believe we're not being honest about the places we live and i know that shadow does matter because we live in a cold city. i don't want to use open space these that's notes where i'm going to be mo
office that that is the type of gift that the city received that benefits an individual official as should be reported on the 801. there may be situation where both an 801 and 803 are appropriate. the form 803 is a filing requirement that derives from campaign filing law, 801 is derived from gift and conflict laws. if a gift is behested or solicited by an elected official exceeds $5,000 goes to a department and benefits an individual in that department then both are appropriate. >> are we passed any deadlines for passing 801 for this department? >> the 801 is due within 30 days of receipt of the gift. snow terms of how the fppc enforces that requirement, i would have to refer to it. i don't have any personal experience. >> that's well passed that time. >> that is my understanding. >> i guess another question is it too late to pass an 801. it seems like that process should have been taken and it wasn't. i would feel much more comfortable approving the expense following the requirements in terms of the reporting for the department of the individuals benefitting the department. >> a
or maybe next year the city planning department will do a general plan update including a element of the general plan and i think that is really the point in time in which the city policy with regard to parking, would be revisited. so, i guess that it is possible that coming out that have process, this the city will decide that we should build more parking capacity or we should build a lot more. i think that based on what we know, technically, and to really make a whole lot of other policies, work, i doubt that would be the out come. but that is what i would say is the process under which that city policy change could happen. >> commissioner dooley? >> i think that an issue that has been coming up is when mta has long term projects that they are starting to plan, and also, a large infrastructure projects that take many years to complete, is that we know that the small businesses, the people, the owners don't have that kind of attention span, and i know what happened in my neighborhood of north beach, all of a sudden it is going to start and you are like oh, my gosh, what, what, wh
. and light purple we have interest income from the city's pool and the three operating accounts the authority holds and this is 948,000 and that 0.9 percent of the total pie chart. and on the next slide, we have a ten-year look of sales tax revenue, and you can see here in the fiscal year 04/05, we have craoepd up to high of 79.6 million in 7, 8. and then we took a dip in fiscal year 9/10 and aamounted to 68.2 million and you can see on the chart that we are slowly catching up over the years and now we are projecting an all time high of 88.3 million for the physical year, 13, 14. >> could you take a minute and explain a little bit about why there was a dip? and the projected increase for the fiscal year 13/14. >> so back in 08/09. through fiscal year 9/10. the sales tax revenue were coming in based on the spending limits incurred in the city and county of san francisco. the projectione aligned with what the projections the city and the controller's office and the city and county of san francisco have come up with. and these are based on just the out look of the revenues that we intend to incu
said. i'm a local musician and they are correct, some of the best musicians in this city have performed here. it holds maybe 50 people. it is a cornerstone of our neighborhood. a transplant of sweden told me that when he came to cafe royal i felt safe and that sums it up as how i feel about this. i would suggest that everybody catch a show of any kind here. it's a place you can bring your family, parents, grand parents and they will have a good time. thank you. >> thank you. next speaker. >> my name's les, i used to be an owner of the cafe royal. i just want to point out that people at the cafe -- it's a community. my theme is the cafe is a community. people don't just meet at the cafe. they do things outside of the cafe together because they have gone from being individual people who happen to live in the neighborhood to being out in the community together. they go to monthly dining club together, they go on trips to wine country together -- all kind of things -- because the cafe has transformed people from individuals into part of a community and i think that's very good for a
of these functions under one agreement between the city and our trusted partner. the initial lease term would be ten years. there would be two potential ten-year extensions. the use -- the permitted uses would be numerous, but they would include those elements that we spoke about before, outreach, operating the library, operating the visitor center and bookstore, collecting on behalf of the department the admission fees, as well as the educational programs and the curatorial programs would all be permitted and required uses. the premises are a sort of a varied number of premises within both the county fair building and the botanical garden itself. they include space in the county fair building for offices, the library, the bookstore, and adjacent area to the bookstore for plant sales. and then once the nursery is completed, there would be shared use of that nursery in the botanical garden society would be permitted to a certain portion of that nursery with the remaining portion being used by our gardening staff to develop the plant collections. there is a base rent of $100 per year as part of this
of the stories that i have humbly witnessed. i'm asking you city supervisors andmayor lee to make sure the initiative does not go away despite dcyf decision not to fund this; this work saves lives. i want to give you to -- who is one of our students and was able to partake in that school-based initiative. >> my name is rexi amaral, (sounds like) 16 years old, a current student at mission high school, and a former student in the lyric initiative at horace mend middle school. throughout my time in this initiative i got to see the change of my school within my. before this initiative i used to think that being gay and being gender queer was a sin, a sickness, i did not want to live like this. thanks to the school-based initiative i finally accepted myself and embraced who i was. before lyric seminar, my school was a gay--- utopia. the word "faggot" was thrown around it was an unsafe space. after the school-based initiative and after a pride seminar that we had at the school i saw a huge change in the school. i managed to come out in the middle of the assembly the whole school, and
million gallons of water each year. the project is part of a public-private partnership between the city and city fields foundation which has worked tremendously with us. it has and a successful partnership in our city for our kids and enabled us to add 2400 new san francisco kids playing ball and 200 new youth sports team as a result of this work that we have done together. the theme is soccer today. so earlier this week, the city devin dufty is work with the hope opportunity engagement announced that we are very privileged to be hosting street soccer usa, the west coast cup, which is a tournament to raise awareness for homelessness and to bridge the good between our various communities. the tournament takes place in june and includes both corporate teams and homeless teams from cities across the nation, playing and competing with each other. this story got some coverage, and i think some people were saying huh? homelessness, soccer and i wanted to bring up the founder of street soccer usa to tell us a little bit more about the tournament and show us a short video. rob, come on up. >>
talks with tribal elders and militia leaders in benghazi to bring stability to the city. they want their support as they try to clean up benghazi after a recent escalation of violence. earlier this week, a car bomb outside of a hospital killed at least three people and injured many more. forces wereilitary attacked. and in september, the u.s. ambassador was killed on an ambush on the u.s. consulate. the nigerian military has declared a 24-hour curfew in 11 neighborhoods of the northern city of my degree. people have been told to stay in their homes until further notice. it is part of the government's offensive against armed rebel groups launched tuesday. they say soldiers have arrested 65 suspected fighters who were trying to infiltrate the city after airstrikes from their camps. oppositionwere killed ine areaf parties and government supporters held separate rallies in tf. opponents of the president were rallying against what they call an increasingly authoritarian demanding the release of a former prime minister. this was a major show of strength by ukraine's opposition parties, t
and the experiences not just for this museum but really represents the very, very best of who we are as a city in our 21st century, thank you so much. >> you don't think that david is proud of his third district, do you? >> mr. mayor, don't take any grief about that mustache it is your signature, it would take me as long to grow one as it took to grew this exporatorium. a few interesting facts of the port of san francisco, it is 7 and a half miles long, home to fishing fleet, cruise ships and the san francisco giant's ballpark, pier 39, america's cup, a new cruise terminal that david just mentioned and many entrepreneurials business and of course this wonderful place the exporatorium the person who manages this incredible city asset is port director monique who led us to this site and along with the staff of 235 people managing this ongoing and very important asset for the city which is about to celebrate its 150th anniversary. so please welcome monique moyer. >> well, good morning, everyone. and welcome to the most amazing water front in the world. it is always sunny and clear when we are celebratin
know that city staff and the city attorney, our clerk, the public, probably want to address other issues. so i hope that we can make a push to get stuff done by next week. >> and we are getting more and more grumpiness from the department and colleagues as we deep bumping people into june and i think that it does make sense, if we can, to move this item out of committee, next monday. >> so, any additional discussion? s so is that a motion? >> that is a motion. >> to continue items 3, and 4. for one week, until next monday. as amended can we take that without objection. >> that will be the order. >> the first unanimous motion for a continuance. >> okay. madam clerk, could you call item number two? >> ordinance amending the police code to clarify permit requirement and procedures as well as expand sus expensings citation and enforcement provisions. >> i will allow the room to clear out. >> colleagues before us today, item two are amendments that i authored and in corporation with the entertainment commission, and amendments to the entertainment regulation section of the police code
to head southbound you have to jump in the car and northbound traffic, use bart into the city. >> we have breaking news, two fires, one is in redwood city, a three-alarm fire at an apartment building on oak side avenue and it is right across the street from fair oaks elementary school and could have injuries. we are headed to the scene and we will bring you more in a bit. there is a fire in the south bay where an overnight blaze broke out at lockheed martin headquarters. what are investigators saying, cornell? >> dangerous situation at lockheed martin now but new is under control. firefighters responded to a two-alarm blaze after 3:00 a.m. the fire department said this was an electrical fire centered to a workization area with a lot of smoke inside building 150 on the west side of the complex and according to the sign in front it is where research is done on ballistic missile defense systems and airborne lasers. that prompted firefighters to approach the building with a lot of caution and they realized there was nothing dangerous or hazardous inside but mostly office space. this is a huge
to the city of san francisco. these are to support our efforts of the first of it's kind local sentencing commission that passed through here just over a year 1/2 ago. the specific responsibilities that will be completed by nccd are made by the city of san francisco commission which maybe through responding to members questions and providing briefings to all the membership and the public. in addition, they will also be providing support through our victims services. we are going to conduct victims services analysis to meet all the needs of the victims who are presented to our office. i'm happy to answer any questions that you may have about the technical assistance will provide and the san francisco sentencing commission. >> thank you very much. colleagues any questions? >> okay. seeing none. we move to public comment. is there any additional public comment? seeing none, public comment is closed. >> can i have a motion to mover this item forward? so moved. we can do that without opposition. please call item no. 9. 130274 [accept gift - design services and furniture - $26,445.43]1302749.r
that's become almost inseparable in the minds of many from reality. i'm here to find that dream city. the place burroughs referred to as "enter zone." "interzone." ♪ tangier like i said was a city of ex-pats -- people with pasts, people who simply didn't like where they were and craved somewhere and something else. the grand socco is the gateway to the medina where you could find the kasbah, which means fortress, by the way. the port is to the east, and right in the middle of it all, the petit socco, called the last spot, the meeting place, the switchboard of tangier. reasons for settling in tangier diverge, but everyone sooner or later, since the beginning of memory comes to cafe tingis. jonathan dawson came to this city over 20 years ago as a journalist and he never left. he lives a life not too distant from burroughs' fantasy. cake and tea at 4:00 every day served by his man servant. he may not have a gazelle, but a pet rooster will do. and every day he makes the rounds of the cafes, seeing all the old faces, ending up sooner or later here. >> this is the petit socco? >> this is
in the city. i know that in boston they would take folks immediately to the hospital >> we have multiple as to the throughout the city. >> we recently were drilled. >> so there's no plan to even discuss putting a helicopter pad here. >> i don't know. >> that's an issue that's been discussed for years and years. >> that is an ongoing discussion. >> i think for over all safety of the city and residents at large we're trumped any kind of issues there and i think the litigations for a help out pad should be looked at. thank you chief gonzalez. under sheriff did you want to add with the sheriff's department? >> i think the chief will provide some more information. >> thank you. are there other departments that point to share your parts in special events that planning? any questions for our chiefs? yes >> i want to commend the chief for the work it looks great it looks responsive and they had a great plan and what happened to boston i think the public will be safer as a result. >> thank you. i agree. next on our agenda is the update and michelle is the project manager will be present
cities and counties going through. there are other communities where they're able to have service providers with adult abrasions. those are single or two providers that help facilitate housing efforts. we make sure that the soon to be x offender incarcerated are getting into hours and i think we do need to tighten that flow much better >> and just a final question i think it's really remarkable when you look at the realignment where the jail population is and where that is relative to crime rates in the city. i mean, we're doing all those innovative things and using alternatives to incarceration and you see that not only is our jail population down but crime is down so, i mean what is happening? the nature reflexion that is going they miss portray the nexus to crime but it's not well qualified are the nature reflexion is crime is attached to this. one in particular we wouldn't be in this kind of position if it wasn't for the symmetry that i and chief mentioned earlier or the crime partners to come together. in each in this industry that are nature tensions that are unique to each
that is all permission based. for us, we're kind of a sdae zero tolerance city in sacramento. you go out and you vandalize something, that's a crime. that's how we view that in our city. >> i tell them it's art, you got to express yourself but you cannot damage other people's property. i usually say how many of you have a little brother or sister, you don't want to teach them to steal. how do you feel when they mess up your stuff? that's how i approach it. >> also we try to leave that at the end where tibo, played by anthony over here, that's basically how the character evolves throughout the play, being this leader of this crew and, you know, he kind of teaches everybody but says, yeah, you have a leader but i ain't going to do what you are going to do. robert over here who plays damage, he's the antagonist. he's kind of damaged but at the end, you know, these guys, oh, hey, you know what, you gt a talent, let's turn that into some artistic talent, he's going to go to college to try to improve his artistic skills. that's the kind of direction we want it to go. >> question over her
with public safety all over the nation and the city of san francisco is just an exemp lary program in public education. now, it is my pleasure to introduce today's master of ceremony, he is a legendary los angeles and oakland raiders wide receiver, 1987 heisman trophy winner from notredame and the national chairman for 911 welcome number 81, tim brown. [ applause ] >> thank you very much. elise. she left out number 81 in your program but number one in your heart she left that part out. so it is a pleasure to be here today. we are here to recognize two outstanding 911 youth heroes and four incredible 911 dispatch heroes. these youngsters acted with bravely and confidence, and in an imagine crisis situation and helped to save the lives of their loved ones. our 4, 911 dispatch heroes worked behind the scenes in cooperation with law enforcement and fire and emergency medical response, the men and women who answer this call each day are the true first responders when a emergency strikes which can often make the difference between life-and-death between people in need. they are truly real heroes.
and presented by the city. not opposed to being ever a historic district, but under the current terms of this proposal, the burden lies completely with property owners. there is absolutely no paicutio by thecity to enure that the beauty, integrity of a district like this issen insured for the future. i believe this should be a shared responsibility. so i stand in strong opposition to the proposal as it is currently presented. thank you. >> thank you. mr. cham bre. >> good afternoon, dennis lane. i live at 75 piers and i'm here to voice my opposition. thank you. >> hi. amy hock man. i'm here to voice my support for the district. i do think that we need to save and preserve our history and i think a lot of the reason that dta started this process with what's going on in market street with those 8 story buildings going up. i think we need to pause and think about preserving this section of san francisco. >> thank you. >> good afternoon, supervisors. my name is jason, i'm in the proposed district raising three kids there and i have started, owned and operated multiple high tech companies
at projects. when i have been on a number of committees and organizations, city agencies and have my career in city government is that when we look at a project, it's described clearly by some means and that means is usually defined drawings, a scope, a description in itself doesn't describe a project as you have seen many many projects before you. projects that come before civic organizations a year in advance proposed will have at minimum plans, elevations, anything to convince people that it's a good project. but there is a minimum standard which you have to make it understandable . in reality, bigger problems i see in projects the solicitation in our city is the in box syndrome. being set in in box that different agencies for long periods of time. we need to take the look at the total of the project for the betterment of everyone in the city. i think it can be done. thank you. >> good afternoon. land use committee. i would like to again thank supervisor kim for being our hero. in my mind you are like wonder woman fighting off bad legislation. supervisor chiu, i want to thank you for co
of the city where so much is going on and it's where our main job centers are. i did also want to note, we've been doing this with a lot of input from other san francisco agencies and there is a nice interaction between this work and the central corridor work the planning department has been leading and the transportation ideas they are rolling out through that plan has been informed by this work. so, the approach was to look at a future year 2040 with all of land use transportation with several transportation performance metrics. the focus of today's presentation is on a few of them which we reveal some sort of a problem. i should not there is a lot of things that go into the note for making the better area for people who are wanting to bike and walk to this area. we have three bills remains and require additional work to address. i will recap them quickly and have a couple slides on each of them and what the findings and recommendations are. the first problem relates to what was the impact in terms of an increase in trip making on the actual network and what we found is that the increase
of surveillance cameras in the city in the wake of the boston bombings. >> everybody likes video, juries like video, investigators like video, prosecutors like video, and i think, looking at the boston marathon, they made that case off of video. >> ifill: judy woodruff examines a new $100 million push to help a hundred cities weather disasters, both natural and man-made. >> so much of climate change that's already occurred is leading to these huge shocks, huge storms, wind, hurricanes, and cities are going to have to adapt to that. >> brown: and we close with the angelina effect: why women choose surgery even before a cancer diagnosis and the broader medical decisions faced by those at highest risk. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's "newshour." >> major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: >> more than two years ago, the people of b.p. made a commitment to the gulf. and everyday since, we've worked hard to keep it. today, the beaches and gulf are open for everyone to enjoy. we shared what we've learned so that we can all produce energy more safely. b.p. is also committed t
transit in this city. one of the areas where they were going to pit parking meters was next to the caltrans station so we discourage people from parking next to the california trance to take a train. so basically, people will drive. i've proposed a couple of solutions to the mount that are enforced in other cities. i thought it was interesting that we are taxpayers in this town and i think many of the people i know is that as taxpayers we pay for the streets and to maintain the streets so we should be given priority on parking on those streets. we saw data that 80 percent the parking by bay commission is for commuters. first in paris, france where residents viable residents of the city of paris are issued discounted parking vouchers so they can park on the street with a discounted rate compared so a person coming out of the area >> hi i'm a resident and a business person in mission. i'm also a massive mass transit fan. and city of san francisco is predicated on transportation. it's no one is arguing otherwise but you wouldn't know it if you look at what's being proposed her
walking routes in every neighborhood city wide. i have been really encouraged by the members of this body who have been taking up a lot of effort around the pedestrian safety as well. >> mayor yee took this advantage to release the strategy that has been developed by the stake holders and kim and yee both held hearings on pedestrian safety in their capacity of members of the board of supervisors. >> as chair of the authority i would like to see this body work with the relevant city agencies and authority staff and stake holders to insure that pedestrian safety improvements are prioritized for funding in the neighborhood city wide through the under way prop case strategic plan and pry ortation update. >> bike to workday is coming soon, thursday may 9th. i have my bike back and so i will be taking part, the bay area's 19th, bike to workday. prop case, the tax is long held to under write this event to introduce the new cyclists and supports long time cyclists to sustain their habits. this is a great opportunity for this body to direct prop k funding for the improvement city wide, we need to
only by the showing of the appellant was due to miss recommendation or mistake or error by city. >> i'm going to want first case 6774. that the one there's currently four units kind of commercial space the fourth unit we consider installed without a permit that's the violation? we have since put an abatement order on that and the abatement period has past and the appellant is annoy excusing to take jurisdiction because the time has passed; is that correct >> he aborted the building permit we did sign off. >> i understand that but has an order of abatement been placed on the property? okay one last question this 4 units permit by zoning code in. >> i don't know here's the kitchen and this area was actually this area you can see the type of wall here that was originally not there. if it was a dwelling unit at all. we'll willing to give them >> can i continue? >> on the other pillow case the one with the two properties what's the violation there? >> it's assorted type of things. >> so it's not related to the fourth unit. >> no. >> on that second case so order of abatement has be
was driving down to city hall today and i say, mmm, a lot of us see each other during the times of the year. but, just the law of this country, the month of may was designated every year for the special celebration and heritage of asian pacific americans and i am glad that we in san francisco and it is a time for us to come together and this celebration every year would not have happened if a committee of volunteers did not come together to plan this. i must say, that you know, the volunteers committee met last november and every year we think about what do we do, how do we bring our people together because as you know they are over 30 ethic groups in the family, so we are a very, very diverse group and when you think about heritage month, we don't think of koreas or filipino or all of the rest. we think about the family. that is special about who we are and we are in a city that welcomes that and in a city with the mayor that is some of our own and we cannot be more proud their mayor lee is here today to have us kick off a whole month of celebration, mayor lee? >> thank you, claudene, than
that was needed to sustain our city. as the most of the logistics changed and as the needs changed as a community it was fisherman's wharf that helped us to envision what could be the future. in almost 50 years ago, the discussions began, how to enlifen our water front and how to keep it a working water front as we have here with all of us, as visitors, as those have to o are enjoying tey offer and the wonderful open space and also the working ferries that are helping to transport us around the bay and are here for us in times of emergency and celebration and so that is bha we stand for in san francisco, and this is a terrific place for us to celebrate, and i could not be more honored to be here with all of you, to celebrate those generations that went before us. and as mayor lee, and president chiu said so eloquently, those generations that will come after us, it is a tremendous honor, and i thank you for being here to share in that honor and please happy birthday, to all of you, and to the board of san francisco. [ applause ] thank you, monique. >> and now the moment that we have all been waiti
that will increase parking spaces. some of this can be done within the city but much is going to require state action by dmv, getting more funding and legislation and different in policy. you are at the beginning. >> our next slide is a map of the united states. it's shown in blue. there are 11 darker dots scattered around that map. what this represents is the extensive research, the extensive policy review that committee went through to look at best practices that have been put into place by other cities nationwide. there were 11 cities in particular that included philadelphia, houston, new york, chicago and arlington virginia. this problem of having access to parking where you need it, when you need it is not something that is unique just to san francisco. it's something that has been faced nationwide and also faces problems all over california. these 11 cities are ones that have put in place a policy in the last few years to address issues of parking. as part of our review of the information we were given access to interviews that have been held with disability advocates who remember what it was l
admit that san francisco is different than any city in the united states of america. okay. and this city is an expensive city, it's expensive to go eat. this is an expensive city. so if you are living on government assistance and you need to go somewhere and you need to park there and pay the meter and you only can stay there for three hours, i'm a person with a disability. i'm in a wheelchair. i have to get myself situated. that's going to take time. it may take me 5-10 minutes just to get myself situated and when i get out of the car. so, i appreciate what you are doing, but i think you really got to think about people with low incomes in the city and county of san francisco. thank you. >> is there anybody else on the bridge line? >> thank you very much. >> okay. we are going to public comment. and we have viera first. >> i disagree on payment for meters because i have a placard and two disabilities. heart lung problems and my knees are slowing down too. but, it's been very hard to find a blue zone. they are always full. and it is marvelous to be able to use a parking meter and i use t
board. she's a member of my health care action team. we go to outreaches. we testify at city hall. you've probably seen her here before and at sacramento, and as well m. alicia duke has a very analytical mind and we often rely on her for [speaker s whether or not we like it she'll tell us, there's a misspelling here. she's experienced in the nonprofit and community organizations and i would highly recommend her for this. this is critical for stabilizing the area that's being impacted. low-income seniors, people with disabilities are being put out -- they're being moved out of soma for economic reasons. and, so, it's very important to have somebody from this community, from this constituency who knows exactly who is on the ground, in communication with everyone there. strongly support m. alicia duke. thank you very much. ~ sam alicia duke. >> thank you. >>> again, good afternoon, supervisors. i'm here for the real reason to support sam duke. now, james only mentioned about her association with senior and disability action. my background with her goes way back -- i mean, way back to the
the city's and live nation's briefs in opposition -- essentially the position taken in those briefs is that the c-e-q-a findings that were issued in conjunction with approving the america's cup project are not, well, effectively binding, i guess, on the entertainment commission. but somehow the entertainment commission could find that none of these commission -- or conditions are met despite the fact that a significant and unavoidable impacts were found in particular with regard to traffic and noise, yet this permit was issued by the entertainment commission finding that there would not be any substantial interference with public health, safety, and welfare on these issues. the fundamental problem with the position asserted by the applicants is simply that the city's c-e-q-a administrative procedures make it clear that the city is a single lead agency. every commission body, decision making body in the city with the exception of what used to be the redevelopment commission that is now gone, is essentially bound by the same set of findings. the entertainment -- and, so, where much em
. the way that it reads to me and i am not sure sf the city attorney wants to weigh in on this, it seems to refer to the surrounding buildings. >> what page are you on? >> page six. and that does not make sense, i know that it was the other way but i can see the confusion. i think that it is just good to clarify that. >> what? >> this is actually lines one and two. >> we will deal with this after we duplicate the file is the language that i outlined before about the temporary permits being non-renewable that i stated for the two locations and the place of entertainment and extended hours, and then on page 6, line, two, and insert a comma after the word buildings. >> and then are we going to think about or consider any additional noise issues if we give an llp to one that wants to use it in an outdoor plaza verses in doors, i know that sound just travels much, much father when you are outside verses within a building frame. >> so, the question is, are we going to consider... >> i guess what would be the considerations in granting an llp to the outdoor courtyard. >> so the biggest consider
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